Dave Holmes

Dave Holmes is Esquire's L.A.-based editor-at-large. His first book, "Party of One," is out now.


Mid-90s rock is having a moment as its newly middle-aged fans seek comfort in the soul-patched soundtrack of their youth. Call it “IPA-core.”
The singular entertainer, patron saint of resilience and tenacity, the embodiment of oomph, has died at the age of 83. And what a life.
After years of grinding away, the suddenly-everywhere actor is enjoying fame and near-universal adulation thanks to his dual streaming blockbusters The Last of Us and The Mandalorian. Over a weekend in New York, he talks about all of it-and everything that’s coming next.
Brought to you by a person who is finding out who Ned Fulmer is, and what this drama is in real time.
It's the sex-adjacent scandal our culture deserves.
To have watched all of this unfold, on the big screen, right in the middle of puberty, was simply not fair.
I was Catholic. Now I'm West Coast agnostic. And I miss the guilt.
Why the hell aren't they hyping this?
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